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Playwright’s Perspective: The Ice Front

Norwegian Nazi Resistance has lessons for modern times. In April, 1940, my father was seven years old, a child living in Moss, Norway, when German troops invaded his country. I gre …

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Culture, Enjoy

Theatre

Beethoven + Tolstoy + Plan-B + NOVA = spectacular drama in the form of The Kreutzer Sonata. —by Eric Samuelsen Over the past few years, Plan-B Theatre Company has produced Script-I …

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On the Roof with Hayek & Keynes

and how Plan-B Theatre’s playwright-in-residence got there: a look at Clearing Bombs.—by Eric Samuelsen   Sometime in the summer of 1942, the economists John Maynard Keynes an …

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The Theatrical Transgression of Ghosts

I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that Henrik Ibsen’s play Gengangere (Ghosts) was the most radical, subversive, dangerous and heavily censored play ever written. Its one m …

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